The brand includes tinctures and more products yet to be revealed.

License Global

February 26, 2021

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Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker is launching a vegan wellness brand.

According to reports, Barker stopped eating animal products in 2009 to recover from a plane crash. Now, he’s creating a brand celebrating that lifestyle.

“Proud and excited to announce the official launch of my new wellness company,” Barker

told his fans on Instagram. “The line includes high-quality, cannabinoid-infused, THC-Free, vegan and cruelty-free products that provide a range of benefits. Building the brand has been a passion project of mine over the past two years and I hope you enjoy the products as much as I do.”

The brand includes tinctures and more products yet to be revealed. The products promise benefits such as helping with issues such as chronic pain and lack of sleep.

“It’s our mission to help you reach your goals by providing you with the highest quality products,” the company states. “We place great value in being an all-natural, vegan and cruelty-free company. Whether you’re a drummer, a marathon runner, a full-time parent, have a generally active lifestyle or could simply use a hand with life’s little pain points, we exist to help you show up at your best.”

More details about the company will be released at a later time.

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